Galway's Damien Comer leaves Donegal's Neil McGee trailing in his wake during the All-Ireland football qualifier at Markievicz Park on Saturday. Photo: Oliver McVeigh/Sportsfile.

Rejuvenated Tribesmen put out of sorts Donegal men to the sword

GALWAY 4-17 DONEGAL 0-14 KIPLING’S observation about treating the two impostors of triumph and disaster just the same could well become the mantra of Galway footballers as they followed up their Connacht final collapse against Roscommon...
The new Renault Koleos.

New Koleos tops-off Renault’s SUV range

Renault launched the new Koleos to their SUV range this week in Dublin. It is a car that tops Renault’s crossover range alongside Captur and Kadjar: it is the biggest SUV and the size...
Galway midfielder Niamh Kilkenny who was on the scoresheet in their weekend championship win over Clare at Cusack Park.

Green flags for Hennelly and Cooney as Galway carry day

Galway 2-11 Clare 0-11 GALWAY’S senior camogie team responded last Saturday to their previous loss to Kilkenny by booking their place in the All-Ireland senior quarter-finals, with goals from Rebecca Hennelly and Maria Cooney proving the...
Baile An Salsa

Baile An Salsa turn to public for album funds

Groove Tube with Jimi McDonnell – With their trad and salsa fusion going from strength to strength, Baile An Salsa play Monroe’s Live on Saturday August 12. Five years after forming in Galway City,...
Dave O'Connell

Family Fun Day – is that the ultimate contradiction?

A Different View with Dave O’Connell here are few phrases in life more guaranteed to bring you out in a cold sweat than the threat of a 'Family Fun Day'. In case you don't get the...
Galway was en fete for the visit of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra to the city in 1903. This photo from the National Library of Ireland collection was taken as the large crowds dispersed some time after the royal couple had passed through the town centre on their way to Galway Docks where the Royal Yacht awaited them. On left a carriageman awaits the return of his employer.

Galway In Days Gone By

1917 A courageous act Eye witnesses of the incident are loud in their praise of the action of Constable Carragy, of Eglinton-st. barracks, who on Saturday evening was instrumental in saving the life of a young...


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